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Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 1: Prep and Impression Techniques

Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 1: Prep and Impression Techniques

Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 1: Prep and Impression Techniques

Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD
Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD
on behalf of Glidewell Dental

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Launch date: 06 Mar 2017
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Last updated: 07 Mar 2017

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In restorative dentistry, a successful outcome is largely dependent on a dentist's ability to adequately prepare teeth and take accurate impressions. Taking great impressions for well-fitting restorations can be simple if a dentist chooses the correct impression tray, achieves adequate retraction and uses an impression material that clearly captures and communicates every detail of the preparation to the dental laboratory.. When preparing teeth and taking conventional impressions for dental restorations, the techniques and materials a clinician uses have a significant impact on the accuracy of the impressions sent to the dental laboratory and subsequent fit of the finished restorations.

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The Reverse Preparation Technique Controlling tooth reduction when preparing teeth Benefits of using a depth-cutting system during tooth preparation Choosing the right restorative material for your preparation technique Types of impression materials Tips for taking ideal impressions Techniques for avoiding impression errors Two-Cord Impression Technique Alternative to packing retraction cord Full-arch vs. double-arch trays Impression guidelines for bridge restorations
Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD

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Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD
on behalf of Glidewell Dental

Glidewell Laboratories, based in Newport Beach, California, is an industry-leading provider of high-quality dental lab products and services to dental professionals nationwide for a low cost. Established in January 1970 by Jim Glidewell, CDT, the lab specializes in crown & bridge, ceramic, removable full and partial dentures, dental implants and prosthetic components, and full-cast restorations. Glidewell is an industry leader thanks to its innovative dental technology, experienced R&D department, and dedication to providing free or affordable clinical and technical education to promote industry growth. Read on to see how Jim Glidewell began his career in dentistry and built Glidewell Laboratories into the largest dental lab in the world.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Academy of General Dentistry (PACE)
  • 2.00 Hours

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